From time to time there are periods of political and social unrest in various countries throughout the world. It is at times like this that we ask ourselves the question, "In the event of a natural disaster or of a civil emergency, am I as prepared as I can be?"
The College of the North Atlantic-Qatar (CNA-Q) is encouraging all of its present and new employees, to become familiar with the information and recommendations found in the links below.
It is the responsibility of the employee to ensure they are prepared, by completing the steps as recommended. The employees should follow the same steps for each family member living in or moving to Qatar.
Every Canadian living outside their home country should register with the Canadian Embassy - including all dependants. This can be done by going to the following link:
Ensure that the information registered is always current.
The Embassy of Canada in Doha is considered a micro-mission, which means that not all services normally provided at a classic mission are currently provided in Qatar. The Embassy of Canada in Kuwait maintains responsibility for consular matters for Canadians living in Qatar.
For Canadians living in Qatar, the embassy is located in Kuwait - contact information is provided below.
In case of Emergency and help during business hours, call your nearest embassy or consulate directly. Canadians living in Qatar may contact the Canadian Embassy in:
Doha - State of Qatar
Embassy of Canada,Tornado Tower,
Address: Corner of Majlis Al Taawon Street and Al Funduq Steet,
P.O. Box 24876 Doha, State of Qatar
Telephone: (974) 4419 9000
Fax: (974) 4419 9035
By appointment only
Or you can contact the DFAIT Emergency Operations Centre in Ottawa anytime at:
From outside Canada
From inside Canada
- 613-996-8885 (call collect where available)
- Toll free numbers available in some countries
- 1-800-394-3472 (toll-free from the U.S. and Canada only)
If you have any questions, comments and or concerns please contact CNA-Q at: